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 JJ^S./'SS'.-  /  - ���������   "vJ-^-.i-,;:.  ���������   ._,..���������   J*- .  Ve. f^ -~rf. * r    *���������*, -..  r-  Dbn't Forget the Firemen's Masquerade Ball to be Given on Wednesday,  March 17th, 1909  t������WW^������l#I.^W������������iMMM������"W������^M������������^^������'������'M'������l���������������������������������^������^'"-������ II.      "li,     I        11���������������������������y������������������������������������ I      I       I ������������������������������������in ������������������w������������������      ������������������������������������������������������������!���������������������������������  NEWS.  i J-  A Journal Devoted. Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, MAR- 9. 1909  Subscription #2.00 a Year,  uuiiuiHuttiuttuniHRffiiuiituiunuiiuturnuiiiiuHtuuiiitiutiiiiiniiiiiuiuuiuunitiiiiaiiinttuiiitiminwtiuuintniuiot ^ ^ nx\  ..AT THE BIG STORE..  You will find a large up. to-dateand'well-assorted stock of |]  HOUSE   FURNISHINGS  ii  ii  ������������������-  ������==  sir?  ii  ii  i  Jss_  m  Ii  New and Late?t Deopns in tha foi  lowing lines for 1909 dbphij, com  prising:���������Tapestry and Luce Cur  taino, Curtain Muslins, Gurtnin"  Poles and Fi'xiu-c*, Pit in and Fan-  .   .   cy Window Shades   .   .  A Splendid Assortment   of   Now Designs in   WALL    PAPER  Floor  Carpets and Carpet Squaie?, Oilcloths niid'Linoleuins���������i.'otli. printed and inhiid���������Cork -Curpete in  plain colors, Rug-and Mats, Bis.-ell  "CarpeTBweepierfrJapa nerg~MTl*tiiTg;'  Bamboo   Awning  Full Line of  and Brushes? X "  and all requires for house cleaning at lowest po-ssiblo'pricd.i      .   .  p:  Sm'  ������s  Simon Leiser & Co. LtdJ I rebeccas organizC  y(WtfPif31> 9fa3naajtja^i^m^/ggpjfa  WW  g-miSSf  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alahastine, Varnish, Stains  and Baplae, which makes old furniture like new.  and for 1909  Fishing  RODS  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBKIU.ANI)  niffl!lH!I!!luiui  ���������llll  mil  iiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiili iBBU^^^  mpiiii  m  The Magnet  Cash Store  Takes  First  Place.  ��������� ���������_��������������������������������������������� ,��������������������������� !-���������-������������������������ ^-������^w   *  T. E. BATEi  (Hall  Paper  Has  Arrived  ������.���������>  11  New Shoes  New Shoes  >  Ten  Men's Women's and Children's Shoes;  A Splendid Range of Styles  and the New Shades of Tan.  The'Nkws would be pleased  to receive any items o'c local interest to publish in its columns.'  Any ouo knowing of any interesting local item would confer a  favor by bringing it iu for publication.  Friends of George Macdonald  will behind, to learn thut his health  lins steadily improved since his re-  return homo nfter his operation at  Nanaimo.  Twenty-two ladies oi the Order of Rebecca, arrived last Wednesday to inaugurate a lodge here.  The installation was in charge  of Mrs. Keith, of New Westminster, president-of Ihe assembly,  and Mr. Fulton,  Grand Master,  of the Grand Lodge of Oddfellows  of Ladysmith, assisted by ;i team  of Miriam Lodge  of  Rebeccas,  Nanaimo. Sixty members were  initiated. After the installation  was over a supper was served in |  the   hall,  after which a progatn  of songs and recitation* were indulged in. The following is a list  of the  officers;---Noble 'Grand.  Mrs. Q,V, Stevens; Vice Grand,  Mrs.   D.   R,    McDonald;   Past  Grand, Mrs.  Iy.   C.   McDonald;  Ghaplaiii,  Mrs,   Geo,  McLean;  Recording Secretary, Mrs, Will  ken Financial Secretary,   Miss  Mary Walker;   Treasurer,  Mr.  William- Walker; Warden Miss  Christie McDonald; Conductress  Miss L, Hunden; Inside Guard,  Mrs (,'has. Whyte; OutsideGuard,  Mrs. RiclcHon; Right Supporter|    Hum (!. Daviswas n pimnger In  We Can Fit You at Right Prices.  On February 24th, at her rcsi  donee, Comox, tho wife of C J.  Mooio of a daughter.  The J. N. MeLeod  FIRE STOCK  or rather what  is left of it  is still on sale in the Gleason Building,  and will be for a few days longer,  while other arrangements are being  made to dispose of same.. .Get in on  the deal as prices are certainly less  than were ever before charged for  dependable merchandise.  LEWIS BROS. & CO.  -:Jmf-  Dtinsnitiir Aveuue, .    CU^BERLlND, B.C.  STODDART  JEWELF  CLC^S  *   >���������   *&  Elgins Eange as Low as $7.00  R. Tltoinpflon nrrivod home from  Nniutimu hy Fiiday's hoal.  m*mm0m*  Judge llarrisiin arrived hy Fri-  Iny'b huHt and returned Saturday,  l������J  Geo, Tiirhtll nrrivod homo  l'Yidtiy'H boat,   ���������   Mrs, Geo, Stevens wiih ii jvisboii-  ger hy Kriihij's boat.  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, U. C.  bmhmhVJ  z  *mmf*7S  k  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C  <M4mmmmltmllmmmmm^^ I ������������������  of Noble Grand, Mr. J. Beiinie;  Left Supporter of Noble Grand,  Mrs. R. Cession!; Right Supporter of Vice Grand, Mrs. V,  Horwood; Left Supporter ot Vice  tnuuu, Aim, j, iUci.eou,  Found Dead.  The hotly of  David   l>h*r, of  l.nllJiiN, \\'H������ Idllliil   III ,*i   ciiiiiip   ii  hiif-hes in Stanley Park, Vnuenuv������<r  nn Monday. The   throat  was eut  ueiws and dei*p!y,,aiid tin' net Inn  been committed tumuid days ngo.  Thero wa* n large buiii  oi  itioiu^  mi dowifldoipH jhu'ioii.  *"'.   thnt   til*1  idea of murder with r.jliU<ry iu  view it ftC'tited   and j������������.li������*������������   an*  coroner   are sntUfied thut it wn������  a   we   of   emcide, l������e"o'������������e������i'n  flUud*  IU  ColliOA IkA'.U !������.lll   C'llU-  munieated witli and it i* prolmbl*  thnt the funeral will tuU |>iaco on  Tliuris lay.  Niiuniinu hy Hiitiiiuhiy'n boat.  ji'iiiKenger  by  Tlie output of conl of tho Wellington Colliery Go's., 'mines at  Union, 13. C. for .month of February, whs 4A.748 tons. *'  Died. "  Nanaimo, March 'S,���������Ouo "of  the oldest aud best known resident*  uf Nannii'no in. the person of John  Teaguc, died st ii lute hour hist  last night at his residence on  Wallace Hreot, death being due to  heart failure Tlie deceased has been  i resident of tliis city since 1870,  and for a titr.o-lived on tlio Kive-  acro Lots, removing to the city  when hi* residetiee wan do.it roywl  l������y fire so vend years ago. lie wa>  i native of Cornwall, Kng., aged  ill)-yours and U survived by a wife,  ililve fronp, John of Nelson, Tfioin-  as tuni Kruiilc of thi* city, and four  daughter*, Mik. II,��������� Wind, Ludy*  Miiith, and thu Mistfo* Iittie, Mamie  ind Kmily of this city.  Married.  Miss Ada Murcutt, who ii well  ���������, * ' '  known in Cnmberlaiid as a Bpoalc-  er on tdinperaoee uinttenj, espoci  ally along, the lines of)och) option,  was married   iu   Vancouver   laa  week to l������qi\ A. T,  Jtobinson. ot.  Sumiiierlind, li, C, jtov. Dr. Sjicn.  cor, fliijioriiitondinit of the 11,  ('.  Kuciil Option  J.engue,  jiorfofiutii  tho ceremony. Mr. uud Mrs. llob-  iiiHon will rehide at Siiinuierlauil,,  whore Mr. Robinson is engaged iu  fruit-farming.  F. J. Perra ii in Nanaimo making nrrangeiiioiiU to hold a Hale  at that placB after ho has completed hia aeveti d;iy sale. Mr. Vena  is represent!iir hums Hroi. & Co,  Overland mail will arrive on  juturdny night* nbout HM p. in.  Return'mail will elou* on Sunday  ut 8 00 a. in. Mail wiil ho forlwi  Saturday night,  Dr. A, M. Lowe, dcntlfit. left  hy ,\ a. C.iwichiin for Vaiieoiiver  Mid will ivturn by We-liie-day'K  hunt.,  Ur. and Mra. W. "Wall arrived  by tho S S, Cowichan on Sundiiy.   ���������'���������������������������������- ���������������������������  Mr. M. Magnone l<ft by S, fi.  Cowichan for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs, Wall wore pnsMm.  ger* by the outgoing boat, Thursday last.  Mn, J. Friinio wai ������ pascengur  to Nanaimo by Thuniliy'H boat.  Mr. J, Rehmior wan a pH*������ong������r  by Thursday'H boa*.  .1. I.i'iiki-y wiiii it  Siitiirdny'ii bout.  Elegant Display of Dress Fabrics  ��������� for  SATURDAY SI  i������������p������iiiii���������������p������*i> iwi ��������� ������������������iiw'rw *������  Our SpvinK Goods Are Arriving by Each Boat.  A'othinj? hml h������ot\ forttiittvn; no |,imii������ hnvo Uen ^i.nil uihtiiih thc i.eweitauil nobbiost dr������������*i������ mitt������ri������  nl*, nud lieul of all ymi'll llnd our value* eai.'i he b������*������V  New F������r������cy Mtiilint, Spot Mu.linn, OripnuclUii, fancy Luiti*.?, Victoria Lnwm.j Now Chtimbrc, diekLaiti  Diirl.ii, Vrtrta, Hnl������������i*n������- N*iw SH1������, Ponu'Ao ������ilk., Oorsit*. Oirtwit Oorwi Oovtn,   OrtUmtttii  Wkw W*i������t������, Undeiiklrtt, F*ui*y BuhlnRf, mc.  Specials in thc Grocery Department for Satuinlay.  nnLAC'HANS, SALMON BKLUKS. ULACK COD, SMOKKD COD.  LARGE NAVAL ORANGES, 25o. PER DOZEN.  CAMPBELL  BROS. ^���r^'i<4��*i(*i'jACi'n'a��.lj*J'lJua.iJ��4w'"^'-
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- -tkrButolui News   Ip^tr.Sff ga XS^'
ftri��4 I?very   Tuesday by   the;the   Houourabie   ChM  VuftttnUkiia'-t
Qomoi%   &   Cambsnl^ndl*1" La:,dstfnd SVot)u f01 8 ^icen88 to
pr si>^j; for coal and petro'eum under tlm rpjlouaig described laada.and
uodar the toreshore and under the
water oa the lands in and opposite
Valdae Ut*nd, S'ayirard DljUiot, British Columbia.
Commtaoi-ag a% n poet planted on
the sea b��nch 1 mtfti southerly Jrom
the N.W. eornor ot Care Mudge Indian R<��ervf VS*-. V*ld��s Island,
Snyward District; thctieo due East
70 chui its nrwre or loss to a post on
the extreme Rnutisrn boundary ot tho
said Indian Itesorv*; tha-ise due aouth
80 chains aloes said Eastern boundary of Indian Ream*; thenco due
Weet 70 chaina; thenoe due North 80
chums to plan* of coanueocemeuj.
Dated Una 28b dar of Jcnua-y.  1909.
KOY MA.CGOWAN."
��. Priest. Agent.
Publishing  Company.
Thi a paper will mt hoJJ itself
sponsible for the opinions of oth-
��r��, aa may appear in its column a
lr<ua time to time.
>t=
TUESDAV,    MAR.    io, 1900,
All local items of a business .
nature will be charge^ for .at tlie
standard rate of ioc. a !;����. '
���  ��� -c .. r& -������,-������ *���
E;. 0." ^mde  Tipo iitting snd
General repairing.
\AK\yL\W
Nutlet i�� hereby gYfOt thut Thitty
D ys nfter di'*. I int>i,l in tpi'ly ^u
llts." M'*n.-*i:.���;*':.",! C'jie* t. namiEaioacr
d! Lu'itU ��i,*.l wo.-ks, for n I.icene to
;������ 3,'<c*. io.- Mai nud p^truWum utire ti.a if-resA -rt an: uii-iur the \sa-
'tv oii the lainis in nnd ojH'osito Val-
A-a IAavA. Saywurd Jiiatrict, iii*R4sh
i'.'oiurobia.
v'ti'jiciecoing at ft pr-st planted on
JJ\e so* b*uch at the N'.W. eornor ot
iCape Mudtfe Iml inn KtMeryp post,
. VaJdes Island, Saywurd District ;
whence due East 80 chains; thono1
due South SO chains; thence due
West 80 chains; theiuu du* North 80
.ebuiu ��� to placo of com:., ��� ucttnen*. *r
P ted this 28th (Ky of lnuary. 1909,
MARIA JAN'S PRIBST.
U. I>rie��t, A����nt.
Advertisers will confer a favor
by bringing in 'heir ada. not later
than Monday, as this will enable
the printers, to insert it iu the
Dext issue on the following Tuesday.
,���, a	
Notice i�� hereby givsj tbnt Thirty
Phjb nfter date I \ tend to nrp'y to
the Honourable O'likf Coaiciissieu.-r
.of Lunds n.ti'l \Vt r<�� f> r a Lieetue to
.) ���"> p**c; for coal ard petroleum tt -
p.'er the f.ollowin^ do^fiftbgd "landa ar.d
jur.der the foreshore cud Milder .Ttfcf��
y.-i tor on the lend* i> hjk| oppJSMj^B
Ynld��j Iyland, S&yv.a.:-d bistfict, E|t'i-
i'ah Columbia. .  "���Vi*A"--fi-     '���'
l?o����aeiicing at a \A*X Jpfiahlea bxj
t'ie sv'.i beach, 2 miles wtttKerly from
tSo X.VV. corner of   i'j.;u Mudge   Ja-
iy.tieo ;i9^reby given that Thirty
Dnys nfter djlte I intend to apply to
t'ie Honourable Cjef Commi-siouer
if Lauda ��id VVopifs for a License t..
pr.'sp'O. for co��l nnd j^t'Oleoin un-
4^jp*'f��'realior'e and unilpr tho water on tho lands in and opposite Val-
d.?s Island, Sayward District, Brit-
ieb Cohinxbiit.
Cootiiitncins at a. post planted on
tho wja beach at the N.W. corner of
Cupe Sludfio Indian Resorvo post,
Voldca Island, *6ay\v:it\i District ;
thence due Wost 40 chains; thence due
South 80 chains; th<mc�� due Ea��t 40
chnins; thenca th*e North 80 chains
'o p'nce of c jtn ntucerae .t.
Dattd thU'ISlh .lay of Janunry,   1*309.
MAX.  MACGOWAN.
E. Priest, Agent.
320 acres of Ujid it) Alberta or
Saskateliewau, to exchangp for
Iani anywhere on <*E <fe N" or
along eoast from Nanaimo to OySr
tf.r River, or Denman or Hornby
Islands. Reply full particulars
in first letter to Lestoek Forbes,
Stettler Alberta.
Sotke ia hereby givon ' that Thirty
Days af er riate I intend to apply to
Sho HonourahlB Chief Comm'ssioser
uf L.iiils wd Works for a Lioen��e to
prospect   f-r    coal   and  pete leum >;n-
TENDERS WANTED.
TENDERS for the re-shingling
1 of the Presbyterian Church will
bo received up to March 20th 1909.
Tenders to include all material ro-
vuired. For further information
apply to undersigned.
Lowest or any tender "not neces-
sirilv accepted.
A-MCK1NNON,
"Sec'v B. of M.
and
Everywhere
E.W.Gill��ttCo..Ltc\
Toronto, Ont.
GRANTING PATENTS.
dian neeen,.e post. Vald���� Island, der the followinp described lands sit-
Suvward DistTiet.. T^����v-e d^e fc^stfuate tn Sayward Dietrict aad being
"O'l'hoius more.or Uv�� to a post be- j L- "1, Qujnsajn River Indian Re-
i"\*t Uie N.W.  cortiw of b. 1*7.  also  ��'=n'e.
ihe Eastern bou-.:larv of said Caoo Couimeneintr at the North W��t
^fiKtii-e    ludittn    Pc--r-."-a; tv,��-:ro   due} corner    of said Reserve;  the.ico   due
ro-ith 80 du'.ii-ie; ,t.l,;-* ce A.tte Wiyit 70
to" place of c'orniii'HH-t uia-it,
Vt'xd Ihis 27ch   <l-j- o' Janu-rv, 19-9
��� O;'   PP.l!*y*T.
VI I'rlost.  A;t'��t..
^otto# :s hi-riby ciy.-n thit l>.irtv
Dry* *jte dob* I inte d to apply to
tm, Honourable Chief C��tani8sioaei*
i-f Linds and Works, f .r n Lio��b89 to
t ronpeet for coid ami petroleum n -
por the lollotritij de-acrlb��d lands sit-
jiuto in 8ayward D^trict, British
Columbia-
Conmwncin);   at a post planted at
the corner of Lot 6<5. on tho South
boundary of said Lot ��6; thonce due
vaov,th  it phalns;    tKnice  due    West
SO chains acre or )-.-��s to th�� South
F":it lovrmr    ot   Qaiu-wm River Indian    Reswvft    lot 7 1:  thence   due
North'SI i*h:t:n��; tt'".*�� :'ue l'lnijt 30
jriinins  to ptaM  ot euniin>noemonl.
Dited tUi��a7thd\v of .linui.w, 1*)0.
JOHN' JOHNS.
$&. Vrioet, Agent.
Ks.gt 40 chaics more or less to  the
North   Bust  cornsr  of said    Reserve;
Ihence dul~BoTtTi'~CT^RmFB'~more"or
le-ts to the South Kast corner of t?aid
Reserve;   thence  due Went  75  chains
nwre" or Ipis to tho South West corner of .said Reserve on Quitisrm Riv-
rv,     thence    North Easterly     aloag
Quin6a.m Kivor    to  tho North   West
corner of Re.wrvo placo ot cotnxnence-
tucot.
Dated this 27th day of Jnninry,   1909.
CUIVIA PRMC8T,
E. Priest, Astnt.
Notice U leNby given that Th'rty
^iiys niter d<te I intend to apply t"
the Hmouriible Chi��-f Coinraissiotier
nf Lands and Werku f��r a Licoiae to
project for coal and po'ro'ettra un-
der the following described lands situate in Sayward District, British
Columbia.
I'emvnvnciNtr at a post plnn^ed at
the SK. corner of Timber I^i��s�� No.
���10; thonco due Wost 4:l cha'��rt; thtvico
due N>rth ,'10 chairs; thet.ee due V".ast
IO clmi'is; th'Tn-' d ���������> Sm-th 30
chums to placo o( coniniencetivnt.
Daiei this '27th A\y nf January, 1900.
nov rrtiKST.
K. Priest. Agent.
FOR SxVLE���Four young bulls
pedigreed; one 2 years old; one 9
months; one 7 months; nnd one 4
months;���also Carman Soed Potatoes. 3c. per lb; Apply W.J.
Flarrigan, Minto.
��. oAua^UneXopSe~Sinvjr
Mid Iron Hi'iUtend, both in good
condition. 'Will sell cheap. Apply
Ni-ws office.
Invention     as     Distinguished     From
Mere Mechanical ��kil|.
A pateot cannot properly be gvanted
protectlpg" the product of ipere me-
ehauicnl sl.lll as disttnguished from invention. Difficulty is frequently experienced iu distinguishing between
the two, aud the supreme test for determining whether a particular device
is the result of mechanical skill is not
whether an ordinary mechanic could
cmke the device iMt were suggested
to him, but whether "he would make
It without suggestions save those
which are prompted by his skill and-
knowledge of his art.
For example, tf n man constructs out
of iron a machine which, had-previously been made out of wood he does not
thereby become ud inventor lu a legal
sense, because everybody knows that
any constructor can build a machine
out of iron Instead of wood. But
suppose tbat gunpowder bad just i-e-
retitly been discovered and that the
_niau_who invented it had applied for
W. H- Stringer upliolstoiiug,
Mattress inaking.and repairs; new
Lounges and Mattresses   iiiudo  to
tr
ordor.
Orders taken at the Furniture
store.
Dr.' D. E. Kerr, dentist, will bu
at Coiutenay, March 1th to LBtU
and afterwards at Cumberland'.
Nvt'uo i' heruvb ffi>nn that Thirty
rtijs a'ler d'itu I ini-mi to ifply to
i He Iki. ot-able Cb!-f Cs mutiisiouer
vt Ls:>i' ami A'orka for (i I/'f��ngd t��
r.n.,ivj��ct tor oo.l and p��'rvlaam ua
ilt th-i i'ore,i��o<�� *cil und��r the w��.
ti*r '-ri    tl<e    lauds    In ^nd opposite     ,*
ti*:. ':-���. '��i."'.*.i ��� ���'���">
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:,vhvi>-*v 'iwr, V��1<Uh 1-dtuid.
,-1 *!'..���. ��� * ,< - tl-.-.w* du�� west
.ins , (.'��� ���' "���* il��:��* so'.nh >**>
��� tho   *���   du>*   iM*t SO i-Hains ;
'���i��i n-nh  1*0 civAlna  to  pluc��
W* 'l*.U">t
-<*\   >*'c   '//i>C-t-
The house cf Ridxeways  was
estalliihed in   the   year   i^.;6.
A cure for chronic cranks in
the stiiokiug line. The '"Grand
Duke" Cigar, tnauufactured by
Perej* K.^Wiuch, Ladysmith'. B,
C. Mr. Wiuth will visit Ctimbei-
laud once a mouth iu the interest of his business.
and obtained.a patent uponlt
Ho might have claimed. "I combine
saltpeter, sulphur and charcoal In a
certain way and produce a startling
result." and It would be nu answer, it
an action for Infringement were
bronpht, for the Infringer to say that
every chemist could make the powder
after he had been shown how, for.
If every chemist did not bnvg the
knowledge ns well as the skill, the
originating of the powder constituted
invention.���Exchange.
PECULIAR TREES.
tt����it
.,t,��'.Wi*i<l'��r <���>' ���Jfturiry, i'"^ i Over   seventv   ver.rs  leputjuion i ,   ''  ,    ..
.ions Ju:ts'.-*   |,. ,.       ", ;. i ro ;itit> v to tho  ?,
���    Ti-*.it   �� ,,0�� Itor niuluv aud tlavor. j       *' .��� ,
k      '     '   ""^      i , voiiiiuisji.'Mjrs, h
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11" si'll Hiiuor hy whole^ilo, at  my
I [H'lMiiU'-s    *��iiii.iio   on    l.hiiuiuiii'-
j Avt'iuio, in the City  of C'tmher.
jlund, known tit.d ik'i''ril'ed as  I/..;
:i�� iu IJl*-ok 7.
j VICTOll IHKN'ORA.
!" N'OTICK
1    NOTICE i-i h;uhy -iven U: 't
: ["iutetut ut the next meeting   oi
; I)y..ird ol Lt'.Cl.ll'.^ C'.'.UL','.'.;:i". J'.'.,rs
t.j u.-ik: .t;'jil'. - .'.i-J-i -*.'" -I i''*ii".".v ,1
��� ������ ��� -r  .m< *,.t.:;   t;,-,,,,.r u..,.,. ...
They Yield Bread, Butter and Milk.
Soap and CandUs.
Tbe breadfruit ttve of Ceylon Is very
remarkable.,. It;< fruit Is baked nnd
eaten as ive eat brend and is equally
good and niiti'ltli.iiri. lo IJatbutu, South
Auierl' a, is a ivee which, by piercing
Ihe Innik, pi'iiditces milk, wiili whlfh
the lababliants reed their children.
In the Interior of Africa Is n treo
| wUK'h prcdai-es excelleut butter. It
resembles tho Amerlcau oak. and lt^
fruit, from wh!;,li the butter is prepared. Is not unlike the olive. Park,
thu great travelor, declared that thu
butter surpassed any made In Kngland from cow's milk. At Sierra
Leone Is the creani fruit treo, tho
fruit of which is quite agreeable In
tltMtO.
At Tuble Day. near the Cape of Good,
Hope, Is a small tree the limits of
which make oxwlleru caudles. It 1$
ulso fotitul lu tbe Azures The vego>
table tallow tree also grows ta Sumatra, In AlK��rla and In China. In tho
Island of (Jhusnn largo quantities of oil
aud tallow aro extracted from Its fruit,
,     ��   , . j tt'UU-li   U  gattier*..d   lu   \o\eiuLci-   ��.,'
���oanl ol t.K'eiii'v'j D,H-0aiber. when thu true has lost all
t thoir next uu.������:' Us leaves. The bark of it tree In China
produces tt beautiful soap. Tree* of
the saplndtis or Roup berry order nl*o
grow lo the north of Africa. Tbey ara
amazingly prolific, and tbelr iruit cotv
tains about US per ceet of capooln.
COAI,   MINES    REGULATION
ACT.
NOTW* OF EXAUINATJONB.
NOTICE is hereby given   that
Examinations will be held for
1st, 2i.d and 3rd Claw   Certificates of Corny-eteiicy,   under   the
jioovhions of the "Coal Mines Reg
ulation Act," at Nana'mo, Ferhie,
Cum Vet land   and Com lee, on   the
,      t   rr    -�� 6th,7thftt)d   8th   days  ol  April,
IH IQ6 WOIlfl 19C9,  commencing at nine o'clock
in tiie i irenoon.
The subjects will he a? follows:���
First Chiss Candidates���Mining
Act and Special Rules, Mine Gases,
Ventilation, General Work,   Mine
Machinery, durveymg.
Second Class Candidates���Mining Act and Special Rulec, Mine
Gases, Ventilation, General Work.
Third Class Candidates���Mining
Ac' acd Special Rules, Mine Gases
and General Work
Application   must   be made   to
the tindersigctd not later than Sat
urday, March 27th, 1909.   accom
panied by the stitulory fee as foi
ows:���
By an applicant for  First Class
Examination $10 CK)
By an applicant for Second Cias*
Exauiiuation $10 00
By nn applicant for Third Clasf
Examination       5 00
Tl e applicavions niust be accompanied Ly   leMipionials   and   evi
dunce stating 'hat;���
a. lf a candidate for First Clan*
that he is a British subject and hat-
had nt leiiil five year?' t-xpeiiencf
in or about the practical working
of a coal mine, and is at least
twenty-five years'if age.
h. If 'a candidate for Second
Class, lhal he has had at least five
years'experience in or about the
practical working of a c al mine
c. If a candidate for Third Class
that he has hud at ieast three year*
expetience in or about the practical
-sv-o^U!H?-oi^_coALuii.nj^a_^____
tl. A candidate for a Cettificale
of Competency as Manager, Over
man, tihifthosB,'Fhreto3s, or Shot-
lishier, t-liall produce a certificate
frcui a duly qualified nedicil prac
liiioner thowti.g that he has taken
a course in ambulance work fitting
him, the said c��ndidaie, to give firs^
aid toperi-ons injured in coal niin-
ing c.perations
Datcl at Nanaimo, B. C Decea*.
her 18: b, 19i>9.
Jiy uider of the Board.
FRANCIS H. SHEPHERD,
Sucre'ary
tispimalt .k Nanaimo fiy
STEAMSHIP LINES
VICTORIA, NANAIMO AND  COMOX
SERVICE.
s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.
Subject to cliauge without notice
"7SPTOSIA��� CO"fc403C       SJOtTTJB
Sails ftom Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. n. fo
Nanaimo,   calling  <o  Croftor.   Kuper
and Thetis Islands when  freight   cr
passengers offer, arriving at Nanaimo
al 4 p. m.
Leaves Nanaipio   Wednsday, 7 a- -*������
for Union Uay Comox and way ports
arriving at Cojnox at ? p. in.
Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., foi
Union Bay and Nanaimo, arriving at
Napaifpo at % p. m.
Leaves NApaipio   Friday,   7 a.  tn,, for
Union Bay and Cuv.ox, ariUtng at
Comojt tx i p. m-
Leaves Comox   Saturday,   7   a. ra.   for
Nanaimo, arrii*-    at 1130 p. m,
i>\ils from Nanaimo Satutda), 2 p.m., fe
Victoria, arriving .0. 9 p en.
NA^AJ��^0-7ANCOXTV2R
8. S.     '*0OAN."
S*ils irom Vancouver for Nar.aimo
daily, except Sundays, at 2 p. m. aniviug
at Nanalniu at 5:30 p. m.
Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouvei
daily, except Suiuia>-s, at 7 a.m , arriv.
ing at VaucGuver at (o:jo a. to.
VOll SAI.E-Une   wolfhouti.il
hitch, 320,00 fl ve wolfhound fui[iJ!
$3.(.)U fur biti-hn*.   and   $7.oU  fur
doo's; ajijily at Creamer)*, Court-
otiav,
Iv-peat it���Shilo's will cure niy
coughs and eolds.
Special      steamers       for       F.xciir
jions, and teduced f nes for parties may
be arranged fot  on application  to the
Uist   Pass. Agent dt Victoria.
Secure steamship tickets and
berths from W, McGirr, Ghy
Ageut, Commercial.3t. Nauaiiuo
B. C*
Esquimalt and
Nanaimo Ey
TIME TABLE
T.'VN'H NOTICK. that I iitteu
C. H TARBELL
(HIGH GRADE STOVES'
And ait kitchen utensils;
Sportsmens Goods
and
General Hardware
SOUTH BOUND-Read  Down
Pmi��������! Tr��io��
A Baehtlor and a Widow.
"Oachelora." mild the wtdoiv, "aw
the must stualtlve people tits earth. At
nuy rato, tlio ba<..Loiors 1 know aro.
j I (Slued with ouo oot long ngo.   Dur*
j lug the llt'st part of tlie meal ho teecu*
j nl uoetisy.
���"It! nny of my frfrtnU neo me,' bo
anld.  "they  will  tltlnk  I  txm dining
with hi:mc oiljpr man'-i wife.'
, "'Wltyr I asked.
"He I'olntud to my wedding Hng.
'"Slwll I taUo It off'.*" I askod.
"'Would you mind?' said lw.
"'Not at all,' I mild and slipped off
Sutiot����.
D��ily
Ko  2
Tit/,
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No. 4
W��l.ji,|tcn,
Leave 8.00 Lcuvo 15.CO
Naaajoio
8,15
15. It
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U.UO
15 51
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16,58
t.'ow'Kllii,
10.30
17C8
Oobblt H>|l,
10.40
17/.2
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AnW�� 12 -*>-5 ArrW�� 1865
NORTH BOUND���Rem!   Fc*nn
Nuw i-,it��,.ur,i   liwU'i   si.Uk,lu I.. 11
0* I ut liu Block x.   1 'iv ot   na "tart   ' fi"a tha' appreciate tu;
"Sin��� tiion vhon trnlnt* nnye/bere
with that bachelor or un; othor bach*����
lor 1 savo bim from ombnrni.isai��at
ly tak'.n? off v,y *-^!d!r.g rlcg t��fow
SUNUSHT
SOAP
No trouWo with 3unlltht Soap.
Just follow tho directions on ths
mtapter tad Sunlight doM ��h��
rcit. Ccjta!3tt!: let: rime*
nevfr Injur** hand* ot elnthet.
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Affif" 12.*J3 nrnvn !����� ��0
Sj,��c'ml
Ui'.liS   i'ul*   tXCIilt'f'S t.
md reduced
rat***  for paniea iii-'V
;ie artang*'1
for Oil     ��|lJ)iH'lUlUU  IU
��� lie iJ'ut,a?***, Agent at Victnia.
���/III
NOTICE
3
Ditcd at t'umlwrland B.C. this  nln,,u P��wcr l'u liUa t(> k00w wb*�� ��
^ih day of I'ebra^rv iiyxj. I
Wn,Uf,VAi 'li.KA.S'iN'.
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''ca*'** V,   *ixt��**n   dav* ':
i"      P.l.'l'.'C       'I1,*'!        1'Ut'l V :
. ...   ..   .,;  x'-AAtif,      ]'f\ -f ;
I       * '   '��� ���     ;"'   *,\.)   f.,,1 ���
-��-.''* lot* .A, rvdin'ed firi- j
./ !���-���-.! *;:'    *������ ������' i'f   n: v ������
While in Cumberls&d Deal With
Comox Co-operative SKiety,
r'i#.it^r�� in  }:-f*A) ,-.,�� v.-i't Mi*at*ai"d l-'ariu  t'i'>i<iuce
All Uideis t'toutptiy UcU��*..cu.
R. \V.-utter, M*r.^er.
Anv j.i-i-i��oi: i>r |k.iu.'Iii, cuun f.
fiii.ivin^ or taking atiy block*,
itulKsr or woud,��if any de*rri[itio<ln
lelouyiiiii to thn WVilinjrtun Col��
ii'rv Co'v,, or from or tilt the land
���ft
tl��cursiofi Titkets &n it'** f-'om  an-J to
,11 .Si..tiorr.( good lot fc'iitiu j< Hires  ,S���t.
ii'ilay iml   Sunday,  r*uirnifj nui   iu.u
nan Monday.
L.     i),     i'Atimi  ItrtAl
1-istiu.t raweugtr A^tut,
uoj Government Suttr,
VICTORIA, MX.
I
Fernie, Mar, %.*- \ Urge ma��j,
meeting i.!miiitr�� waa hold   here
veit^rday to diaeuii the propowJ
�� tlie ��a:u y oiijfiuny.w'ni ho y<"-\w*irt�� icueuuh (or ihv una a^:*:*.-.
������ind t> thettd) *-it#ntoftb��lnw.j,r^nt  np|l8 ���,;������ wnt Uile al! dty
I".   D. Little.      and tha meetii'g auitinned  till  %
Si'.J^riutendent
W.<Hii.|��trtri Colliery t'o,y.
���r.,.-i.���ll. R.vin, \9
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Ute l.o*ir iMt night when �� draft
��*u neut to  ,\n* ���ntie fiiiiiiiiitte*
���vfl.ieh i* weetitig tt Mae.V)*i  this
*t.��k.    Th.t. ll. !lin* '���. ��""��Mfy
?hil.,'�� will cure my |"' tlw Vuhm i�� rtp*f#;.tmg Iter
on ihe iH*fi*>*V *id*. ���������������������������Mm  THE  NEWS,  C|E*BEREANO, BRITISH   COLUMBIA:  mwm  ���������������  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Aeentsfor S C  'JUAinVAY   COMPvYNY   INCORPORATION ACT.  We, Algernon  II,   Strncy,  M.  5*1 eel in   Garlnnd  and   Charles ^i'V  Dickinson all of tho City of   Vancouver in the Province of  British  "Colli mbia hej-aUy givenoFice thatTEirery*"T6or  ���������H-M-**H*PE  we prupose to build and operate a  ���������tramway in Rupert District,   On  niox Division, Vancouver. Island.  The proppsed rotite of the   Uii'i  is commencing nt a point on   tho  ]E$R8,t 6hore of Nimpkish Lako the  &&id  poiut  being on  Section  20  Kupni't District, thence running in  u ^enoral Northerly direction to a  point on May's Bay on Broughtoii  Straits on a portion of May's preemption  being section  Two   (2)  Township One (i) liujwt 'District  said tramway being a langth of si*  miles more or lens, ������  Datiwi this twenty-tfrst day  of  DtxTinber 19U8.    '  ALOEIiNON II. STKAOY,  M.NfiHLlN (4AULANI>  CHAUr.ESF, DIUKINSON.  TKA M w7T7o7i7^TTi7-  COKI'OUATION ACT.  For, tke  Parmer.  H~!***H^H'*,������~M"H*  Prices   and  guaranteed  Walworth-Rolston Co. m  H.  So R0LST0N,   Managing Director.   ������  Vancouver, Be C.  See E. 0. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  :; Cumberland Livery  : and feed Stable...  ���������������  NOTICK ia hereby given that, the  nnd6'rsjg������ed proposu to build a  tramway from i\ point ou the fote-  ehore of Comox Harbour, Gbmox  -District, Vancouver Island, situate  nbout 750 feet etu>t from tho South  east corner of Lot 82, thenco run.  iiiiig in a ponei-iil northwesterly  diroeti.m for a distance of about  twenty iniloB to a point ut thc south  easterly tMulmf CKUipboll Lake in  the snitl District, ami traversing  jiortion������ of the following hinds:���������  I,oH 8*3 mul Wi), S.nrl.ui* 42,'HU  and *)<h Lots 101, 137 am  Viiutk'dtfu In liiiii U tj.*rvo,  ."M-clioiM 75, ���������/! Aid Td, I/itu ]  120 ntul U% lll.ek 2'.), uud  through 'iWtndiip 0. 7, 4, 1 ntul  S, together with .411011 branch linen,  Uptirs, siliH tracks kiiiI feeileri tu  eoiiiieet wiih the mill Inun way in.  may  he  iii*c,**>sitry  iu   coniii'clion  .l-ltl,   tlw    ',1111  JJaiediJil.^J'bJ. ,:.v of Tib,, l!W  A. D. AlcllAK,  THOMAS M������LAUTY  It. I,. DilAUi.  Matty i-itizeiiH of this town w ill  bo no doubt vinitwl by aih-af mit'i*  Artist iioliciting orders fur his hnnd  jwinUd pillow covers. Tliene are  Work* of Art. Hi. hns been tmv  oiling ill over II, C, with permits  from nmjurs nnd chief of Police  of B.C. Towns, Mayor McDonald  grantod him n Hjavial permit for  doing limine**.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  ju  NOTICE.  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OP : ALL  KINDS   wood  and Coat  I Hauled  DiiiHjinuir Avenue  CUMimilLAND,   II. 0  Wood's Ehosi&odinOi  The lh't,-U  KnollA.   fiitnrilu.  Tuna* and Invigorate* llu w Loin  IHII'V.HI*   HVHlllOI,    Mllkl*     ll.iV,  UU nl in iiui V(,1hi;. en; .t ,v !���������  M Drill Hit, Mcnlttl tool nnitnlVprrii.J),  nulmrii, liextoil lmtfaiewi. Jon^nions, it,;,  <li,iri'litrrt,ailil Rtfrrls of Ali'tur ,>��������������� hftis.-r ���������  Vtiuetl \tothtx.ytxtotth't, OfuwilipluiifM.i  Will Mit'ii, Bull lijr nil anipirl.U' or nir.Hi it !i  lilnln |>kjr. on I'tmulpl of tw I*-o. A''in pjim-Ma  riioiUil fver.tyio Wood tA&XMno 0������.  ifaniwelv I nne^tor) Torwn tn, put  Cock's Cotton Root Coir pound  j$fa*V**mm* "fit* tmtxp Uleilno fop|e. aod  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  the   Union  Colliery  Company by any  person   or  per-  ���������Jons-*-except tain crow���������-it; strictly  prohibited.    Kinployees  Te sub-  fc. to fisuiissal for allowiug sn roll y order ,'  Fiuncis D, Lrrnv,  . M������ma*oi.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FR.UITH,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  ������* Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  ,S  T  in season at'  -AND-  D. HUNDEN'S  aim  turn  w '  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  For ll o Sj ring Trade  Tested Stock, Sttds  fur Farm  Garden, or Conservatory,       '  from the Iiohi growers in JUngland  Franco, Holland,Uuiud States  and t';i nn iln,  Fruit  and Ornami-ntnl Trios,  Hiutill Fruits, home grown  Fortllil-rs, Hub Suppllii", fiprayiuK  Muter! k Cut   KJ iwers. otu,  U0.|*iiKot,ATAI.li(iUJSntKK.  M.   J.    HENRY  OrooihonccB, tittd Kcubib and Tost  Oflloo Adviro ���������,  3010 WKBTMINBTKRIIOAD,  Brnnch' Nurnory, South Vancouver.  COMOX LAND DISTRICT..  Take Notiee that Fraser Ili tor  Lumber Co., Limited of Fraser  Mills, II, C, Occupation Sawmill  and Lumber Company, intends to  apply for permission to leace the  following described land.���������  Commencing,at a post planted  V;b mt 750 feet distant and iu a  southeasterly direction from the  southeast eorner of Lot 82, Coniox  District, thence 1500 foet South  ���������49 degrees, 44 minutes East,  thenoo 500 feet North. 40 degree*  lft iuiuutes Hast, theuce 1500 feel  North, 40 degrees, 44 iiiinutei.  West, thenee South 40 degrees 10  minutes West, to point of com-  nuMicnioiit and containing 17.2 a-  ores moro or loss.  Dated 20th February   1909.  KlUBKU RlVUR Lumbrr Co. Ltd.  UNION S, S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Weok-fiod service   between Vancouver,  Nhiimio, Uuioa, Cotnos, I y   tho  Med Clyde built twin fuirw  steamer "COWIOUAN"  Sniling us uuder���������  Lswes Vin coayer, Saturday 8 p m  Arrives Nunaimo,  Saturday 12 pm  Awives Union, Suud ������y 6 a in  A rrives Comox,   Sunday 8 a m  Returning:���������  Leaves Conux, Sunday 4 p ui  Lehcos Uui^j Sunday 5pm  Arrives Niuaiiuo, Sunday llpra  Arriv������s Vancouver Monday 7am  Sta������e leaves Uniois for Uumberlan 1 every Sunday morniisu on arrival of' COW-  lOtlAN;" and letweS CumDerlund Hotel  at 1 p m, conaeofing with steamer at  Union.  Notice is hereky given that TSSr*^'"  ]>ays after date ;1. intend to apply t<������  the Howoumtlo  Chiof  GommissioTwr ���������  ol Lands and Works for a Dicenso ts  pro*poct lor coal and petroleum under the foresbone *nd under the wiv,  ler aiid upon lne iar.d in Coir.ox Harbor,  Nelson'District, described   ������s ��������� follow.>���������  Conimtncinfi at a post planted about 2x  i.hams .sewth e.ist.of the.*outh west   >r,i.  n������r of P. Colliai claim; thence  eait C-j  chains;   thmce   south   about     sever.v  chsios toithe shore line; thence   foilo*-  injj thosiftttocittec������f the shore Ijfie to  pl.ic* ���������< commencement,   containing a-  bout jtoo acres  Dated this 30th day of December"iDuii  JA"NE MUNRO.''  R.Ross N.ipicr, Ajjeni.  ������3>������S������������S@8'a������S������������&������������3S*3)  W:A  ft  Notico le hereby given that Thirtj-  Duys aftor dale I intend to apply, to  the Honourable Chief Opmpiissioner  of Lands <uul Works for a Lioenso ti  prc������j)ect for eoal and petroleum under the foreshore .and under -tlie wator aud ou the laud in 'Joniox District,  described as foil .wf^���������CouimeuoiifB at a "���������  pjst planted near ibo east oorner of the"  Indian R������;<jrve, Comox 31 ub-ur;-.thence  west C3 eliaios; thence liorth about 2<t  chains; tht-noe easterly following tha etu-  uosities of tbe shore line  to plaM of corametscement.  oontniniDR Rbout 100 acres.  Dated this 29th day of Deoeml>er  1908.  M. A. NAP1KR.  R. lt������3sNupi-:r, A;;������nt  -Pui=iepa:l=Difee-  tor  and   Em-1  balmer  Hous c I&aisius: Rc-S  ^ itcwlsitt :> Foiuidatioiis������  9 Cartifi.cly Attended to.     O  Cumberland; J3. C. ������  ' ' '*  NOTICE  Every Monday, and Friday I  will be iu town to deliver Fresh  Mutter and all kinds of Vegetables  nnd also 20 tons of potatoes; will  ������oll cheap.  Cinu Ykuk,  Saudwick.  Notice is hereby given that  Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to  tho  Honourable   Chief   Commissioner  of Lands and Worka for a Lieociee to  proapect for coal and petroleum un- .  der   the" foreshore nnd under the wator  nnd on the lauds in Comox Unrhuur, clic-  cribed aa follows:���������Cewmienoine .at a oven  plaeted at the ion tli ettet corner of Sstnu-  ������������������1 Spei-aer'M elaimou Goose FpU; thei.ee  south 80 chili s; thence west C5 chiune tu  ���������he shoro Hue;   thet,oe about 25 ch.dii*  north westerly, following the si������uosilios  f the ehor^, Iln-; theasajiortli (35 chuius;  thence ea*t 80 chai.������  to place of commencement,  containing about 680 acr-s.  Dated.this 29th day.of December 19(18.  rERCY COLLINS  R. Rosa Napier, Ag- cL  Notice la hereby "given that   Thirty  J>ay������j_aft������r_datoJ_J^erid_to_appJy-,.ti!i_,  the   Honourable   Chief   Commissioner  of Lauds and Wurks for a Ijioaiso to  prospect for conl   and  petroleum under, the foreshora and uud������r tlic  wa--  er and on tbe lands in Coinox  District  rtrstribed as follows:- Om<nencitif,' ������t >t  post planted nt the north uest corner rf  S. Spencer's .claim;   ilier.rc   st. Ii   (A  chains; thence ������est  io  chains   iheme  nonh So chains'; ihence east 53 chains tn  the shore line; thence following the sinti^  osities of tne shoreline to the place ,-,f  coininencemenl, contamtng about ,600  acres.  Dated this 29th d.ty of December 19^8  ,: J ' '":   E. SAGE.*   ���������--  R . Ro-.s Niipitir, Agsnt.  Vancouver,  B.C.  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notiee that I-'ranor River  Lumber Co, Limited ol Fraser  Mills 15. (,!., Occupation Smvmillh  and Lunibor Coiujiitny, intends to  apply for permission to leaso tho  following desoribed   land: -  Coinnioneing nt the northwest  Humor post of liiUi'ict Lot lfl'.l,  Comox Distri������!l, thonce north *ll)  iliigiws 10 miniiieslvint, KKiOfeit,  theiioi'bouth 44-(herons ���������Hi mill'  iites Hast 05D0 foet, thenee Smith  40 degrees 1(1 minutes West 1H00  feet more or loss to high water  mark, tlumeo tnirtli������*e������f.i'rly fullow  Notice is liorehy givon that Thirty  Dnys after (Into I intend to apply to  tho Hotioiirnlilo Chief ConimiHuioner  of Lands nnd Works for a LIohipo to  prct������;M������et for coul and petroloim nn>  d������*r the fornhore and untlur tho wa-  tor and upon the laud in Comox UnrUmr,  im! tlohoriboil as follows:���������ConiTieioiiig  nt 11 post pluntnl at the souili wost enr-  ner of U, R. Nrtfijr's oliiiiu; tlitu.no oast  8t) oliaius; tlimuui sou h KOoluni*; tlmmta  west 80 ohain 1 thonco north 8ft ohuins;  to plnco of nonimonn-moiit  ciiitnini k about-I'VI iichh,  D^ted this Ut������th dny of D ceinbor IW0H,  K, VV. HAMMOND.  1-t, Hoi* Napier, A-jcn  Notico is hereby given thnt Thirty  Pays aftor date T Intohd ta npply to  tho Houourablo Chief Commiiiaionor  of Ijands and Workn for n Llconrie to  prospect for roal nnd potrolouro ua-  dtr the forafthore ��������� und undor tho wa  t������r anil on the lands in Con ox Harbour,  Comox Dislriet, da erih#d ss .follows: ���������  Commanelhg bt n prut p'antnl at tho  nortk weat oorner of M. A. Napier's  (tliiim; Utanre south nlnut (50 chsinaj  tlimion wost alxmt lifi clmii������; thence wr������.  terly fnll'Wiug tha slniios Hm of tha  rhnre lino to ritoe. of oommoreemont,  coiiUining nl) ut 27,1 ikvob.  Dutdd this 30tlt dav of I'locombar 19M.  O. K.K.-NAFIKU.  II. Hoss N p'01, Agorl,  Notice Is hereby ijlmi tliat Th^ty  Uuy, nfter dato I I*oHiv1 to tippVy ta  thn Hoooiirabk Chiof Commissioner  of [/ouiIh and Works for n Uf.-nse to  prospoct for coal and petroluiwu under thc forcshoie .tn<l ii-.^cr tl,*������ wtitr  ami upon the lands U.iown ns Whin*  IlliilT Kcscrve, Cnmnx District, <l������si tihrtt  a> follows:- Commencing ,M n post phi.-  tf'd abiiut jo chain* cisl frnm ihe West  r.iul of (j,iiiic S pit, in Comr.ii Hiibotn';  ilienie north 8u ch itns; tlienco ra*t to  chtiinsi tluar.o wuih 80 clviin*, thencs  ������t:si io chains tu place nf cummfnee-  incut; (onutnini! about 640 hcics.  Il,tleil this Sijihda/ nf December \t;o  R. KOSS MAIMER  Nuticfl is hereby given that TVirty  lh\y,i nftor dato I inland in ofply ta  1 he* Ilo iniiriilili' C4ti<������( ronuniaitlAnar  of Uwids and WorVi (or n Lie������nsa in  IINSURANCE.  Tiro    aud    Lifo  immmm-mmimmmm *  FOUSALK���������IVkin Utink ������*g^  ft  j������er iitfiufr   (}, gnA,v,  l#*Kt������ Tiail, Cotuteiiay.  1'or Vdf- Reduction*.* for  Hire Insurance call and get  talcs before iiiMiiiug.  Wo������ley Williird  Ai;������ ������U 1*1'itin* Ruya'i  of Liverpool  When  In Courtenay  The Courtenay Motel  Kvery convenience for gull-sts.  ThaOential Hot* I for Bportmnon  Nii.ie but the lle*t nf Wine* and L'tjimr*  1! llie Mar.  RATR8        RftABUN4BLE  ��������� "l"i ' .i nm iii)  John Johnston,    Prop  Citi y������������iti* Jol) Printing  done al the News.  i.l.iiiu; thence c.n.1 iio 1 h.iin*, ilittui  suiill) Hu 1 li'iHin, ihi.tiO: wi:s fi,i cli.iiii.;  i i(I the said h\it\\ wniel' mark to] thence norilieitility chains tn ihe plate  lo the point of (���������(uutnoneeinent a ! "f ������<'nimentciiicm i.ontait.inn .ibom 04"  ulMltill'll ul  liyi/U liMil lili'lt' wi   ii'bm, 1  utuiiaiiiinn t ttliu'ios-iiioiiMir its-.. ,  Ihti'd tlid 5th <hv of Match UMJU.j  Nntico is horoby Rivon thnt Thirty  IHiyw nftor date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chiof CoiiiiniriiutiHr  of l.uii'lii umi W'ni'Kii fur a Im'.iiiMi to  pruaiici't fur ciiiil nnd  putiiili'iiin 1111  der'he fnietl.oie .iml under   the   \U1tc1  and ui ilut land kuowi hs   While   lllinV  Reiicivc, Coiinm;   Dittrict   described   ,1*  lhllo������s:-Comniencin������ at .1 post planted  at theiwlhstst rninci of H, K. N.ipicr'-.  pri-s^crt for rnnl nnd |*dtrnluMm ua-  H������r he for-*'h'r������ an I uu-'ar  'he ws������a������  nnd 11 on tha lands i������  Cum* x Hr,rl#ovi������.  No'M-ii |ilnt,rir������, ilMcribed ��������������� fellow*.���������  CninnieiieinKnt a post pUrted   ��������������� ths  Kiiasku Kivnn Lt'MiiKii Co, Ltd,   ���������-- - '<  11, lli'ilcl uf   ^Nanaimo  arrireti  hy I'ritlay's hunt.  Ufpent   it���������^hilo'H   euro   will  itlwnyscuriiuiy emi^hs ami colds,  ��������� ��������� '         W        '      '"   -  A. O, 1'1'iiit.i. nf   N'stiaiiiiu   was  a pusHuu^tfi* by Kiiday'h boat,  south west cofiioi of   M, W.   tluil������il������  ,ii(iln>>  ilippnn   rtiirth   olwnt   Ht)  f-hsirs?  I i:ni d tlii* ;i)ih dav nf Drrfmlier |r>o8 I (h������**ipfi weA sliotit 2R ohnm������t ihsnoe  f. !���������  IIAKKY ATIIKKTON jl-winir tlioainooai Us of tha sh-we lis ��������� 1  K. Rot,*, N ipicr, A(icnt jpUflMif commafoaw������nt, oontsioi g tiltnnb-  _         ,    _������������������_-__ 1UJ ii('ie������.  DiiUmI this n<Hh dnj ot Uccttmhtr liXiri,  K imSSjaNKK.  Nmli'i* ta horMiy (flvon thnt   T1d"fy  .'.      1 ,    .... 1 ,    ,,, ,,i .��������� .  Repent it ^whih>'s cum wiil  always c-iri-* r.,y e.->n;:h* nnd f<>!d<.  -��������� ������-������.������-1 ��������� ������������������������������������  Uepput it���������Shilo.4 will *ui������ mj  riughi ntid folds,  tho  Ho.uiirtthli*  riiu'i   romtuiiftninir | *.,..-.'  ot U.nd* ond Wuiku for 1, l.le-iwa t.i J N(,!"e ,fc ' "'>������>' ������"*n ������h3' ,V"t'  |,r.!*|iiii't fiit- roivl md potr������)l������uni un-1 day* alter dito I intend Ui npply to iht  der tlio forcsluro ami undtr th.'wntor Umi i'lnef Ci.miiiit������ioi(er of L������ndk nnd  tTiil ������u tho land������ in Como* llarbu'ir, Woik* fur ������ liienre to iwspeci f<ir cim|  Nelwn Di������lrii't. dowiibed na I..������l.,ws:- ������'"} P Irohum under *h> formh-.i.- .ia-  ,, ...   ..������. ���������������.i ... -  ii'.'lar tho ������a ���������rrsod ���������-���������   tlw 1 1.. j . .,������.  r.)nniat.om at * \>'"' l''������ ������H * ���������-*' ��������� Wl���������i lilutT IU ni. C .*..* Di.:���������i,������.  niiiii wa* oornor of I'. C.i.lui* .tlnim; \dmmi' tA an toiUmi;   V*iam>*eog A 1.  ti;i'���������ir   ti-ir'lt   llli'i'll   '"'   '"'   'in;    ������!" i"    !',il (,'- iil'd nt ih������ ���������ni' 1.    WS-.I n **t   -r   (>'  wiatiMtelmili'illiauv   ������-ndi   aheut   \b',���������*���������**���������  ri-\>*''*  tlairr.;   ������Ur..a   *..������)   h-  , .,1.1      1.   . it. .-.. t 11 ...   ' ifit.s; tlm������i*# nrlli su.nt W chain,  ,.hn.|������s: t., 1hi.riM.relii-.i.; Ihrttrs f..ll..w  , f, M (.;,���������t���������r , Miimitl,. ,������, marenff*  iug tbe timinaltien  of  iM  flmre   lin*-1, | ,n,, a\>urel'.nt. t������ \hm n-rlb mr*' ������v������������i������.-  tn place ol e������imti*.������<������-r<.������������t      ' ,Ury   ot It It.   S*ji������ '*  nUm.   d.si. ������  ff������i,1>l..ifte������'<'Wt������ff������������i.-T*<i '���������u-h    ������>'���������'���������������   ������������������''   At tr*  Ut a'-a>������ id.  fa*, f x> ���������- Vtl, d.r.t,*eemmh*t !W. |^in������������������-������"������������'. ��������� *���������������*������������'���������������������������������    '**������>   **9  i\. B. HUKTitM.      j   nalf,, tkut 5JHh ,ta, ,4 |v������wi'������r l*^  tt, U*m $*\Arr, Ag<-A. 1 HAMVKI. MV.K(tKft.  , kH������>l������|Ni.A|si Tttf NEWS) CtftlftMEAtftt; BJtltlSff COLUMStA-  o  Week  $3000 stock of Men's High-Grade Suits just arrived, these  constitute Mr. McLeod's Spring Orders which the wholesale  houses refused to cancel after he had decided to go out of  business, and will be placed on sale to be closed out in one  week, beginning Saturday, March 13th, 1909, as well as the  entire fire stock of Shoes, Furnishings, etc. etc. recently secured by Lewis Bros. & Co.  5^*:>K'-3������wat*ffJinw  ��������� OC vUt  Bovril Proves  Its Great' Viae  ���������fo? It saves fuel by lessening  the amount and time cf cooking  ���������for it enables you to prepare tasty economical meals  with little trouble  ���������for it builds up the strength  and stamina of each member  of the family  -rfor a i lb. bottle will make  ���������So-cupe-of-aoajjshing.bouillon^^  at a cost of 3# cts each.  Get Some Bovril  95  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby givpn that al!  debts (hie me in * connection vwith  the Nuw England Hotel and otluu*  wise must be paid immediately to  my attorney-in-fact, Mr. P, Phillipps Harrison, Barrister at-LfUV  who has been authorized by me to  collect and sue for the same.  THOMAS DVWER  Cai'itai,. 83,900,000  Kks-khvk, S4;600,000  Assets;   846,400,000  Depimiv.', $83,700,000  Money Orders������������-  Tiins aiid space prevent us from  publishing tlie Statement of  lie.  lii-v, H. Mortens, m'i. loi-ksafter  Catholic inlerysts at' Cmiiox and  Cumberland, is engage;*! i������ raising  funds to build a ciyireh a1 the lnt-  lui- place and his efforts ho far have  btieui very successful. It is understood that Cuniberland Catholics  will build their own church and  thu a save conl of" labor.  A SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL.  Tlio congregational pound held  in the basement of the Presbyterian Church on Monday- ovening  Just was a decided sneeuas, the  room bfliutc filled to Uh utmost ca-  pucity.  A programme cousin; lug of so-  Iob, iiujtruuH'.ntal* and ^pi-eclios iu-  teiapiirscd with novel and in tores t  in^gamc9, in which ninny of th?  older people excelled ihemsolvcB,  was carried nut in a very delightful manner.  Thn Ladies Aid did tho rest, in  their usual libera! aiyle,.  Repent it���������Shilo's will euro my  coitfcjbij find cold*.  The iiiutiy friends nf .Ifiu Puck-  jivid^n. in*-t('.t*������'-Jr.-lH^* <>'' Dr.  iSia-  i!i!(' "i uim .'tiry will ro<rriil,(o  "!' hi-, ���������',,-:���������<,':��������� ni ':t'i!th.'i',   Al.  '.!��������� ,';"V,nifly ni���������'i,t, la.H.  pi'".,  :i;)i'':  ;'.   I'.,   ��������� ;' tp"n,'. hilii Jii'infipill  of  I-,;: I ���������>���������()" i ii ���������'������������������(*. i������ siii.t'tly lo  boj friiJJ.S.  ceipts and expenditure of the Mac  ca hues'dance this week. It will  appear in next issue.  City Council.  The regular meeting of tho city  council waa held last evening,  there briig pieseut -Aldermen  Bate,,Daniels, btewarf, Dickie,  Partridge and tho Mayor.  The minutes of previous meeting"  wero read and adopted..  Accounts, R. Hornal, $2.25;  Elec. Light, $36.85; W; Willard,  *L75; P. P. Harrison, $5.00;  Cumberland News, $3,75;  W, McLellan's report for Jau'y.  and February, police court, $21.00  IJ. UowhI'b report, scavenger,  ��������� 100.25; night watchman, 877.50;  Campbell Ikon, rent and light,  $25.00; police court, $3,00;  A communication from Ferine  f re relief committee, asking that  timiiey collected for Fern io fiio  Buffuvrs he i'urwiird'.vl, the m may  "���������ss ordiTiul forwarded to said  co umitU'C.  Alderman l.'iikie edvociWed pre-  caiiti"iiHry inoastiriM a* to arrivals  from Nanaimo, ns smallpox is now  iuth.it city.  K. Hor uni asked council for a  recommendation for over eight  yuan ������crvice, moved by Alderman  Jjate seconded by Alderman Duti-  irls tlmt Mr. Iloruai's reipiest be  granted��������� curried.  The oity oxpcit lituro since first  f January, is $o72l>,07; receipt*  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.      ������������������  9  9  9  9  ^ Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, Francs, Marks,  Rubles   $  X ~~  Lires, Kronen, etc-   |       Payable All . Over  the World.  Money Paid by Telegraph or Cable,  FOREIGN MONEY KOUGJIT AND SOLD.  <S> Savirgs Accounts Open Willi One Dollar Upwards.  t A. B.'NEThitEi^^  ������������������*������������������*������������������<.������������������$���������������������������������������������$���������<-->��������� <.o<^^ee^*>4'^<>*>*><eto4^eem  ���������  **���������  9  BAY VIEW  &>*&=  4  Lucky Numbers  FOR  FEBRUARY.  " -i  ,-,.-.v.A���������[ \ i a ('ritijihliT nf a proiu-j    The Mayor and (.'ity Clork were  ii   h  iitizm uf Niiignrn Fail*. Mr. | empowered to urmiigufor an over  ;������"ii*< "Oil i, 'vaeht'i* oj cjcology  in  V   '"|:l\.ti pi'liJie ������i*/ii..<i|s  tji'nt it���������SIiIIo'n will euro my  cui yhs and iiiAh,  \\'c h-rvc ' (������������������".! Mif^'UV"! tb'tt  M.s.i Maili, foiiuerly of this city,  now ui Yauu/.jvcr, 1i.t*������ been  nerhnudy ill   ot   Hurrard  Satii-  j     ��������� H'       ���������      ��������� ' I,)..  t������,|,,.. ������))V,'.,v ).      ���������.      ���������        .     ��������������� -     ,       .,....,  ilmfi ui hunk.  Thw being no  further   bind.  licn.i ihe t'ouneij Ktljonrnod.  i ���������  r*  Below we give the numbers for February that are entitled to  the .ten beautiful and costly 109 pieces china dinner act we are giving away.each month.to the users of Royal Standard Flour,  Compare your coupons with the numbers quoted below, if  you find yon have \ duplicate return it to us, and we will ship you  one of these beautiful dinner sets carefully packed and fully pie-  paid.  38381   46782   28414.   299B8   43108  37677   3117ft   41tU������   81574   33140  1    If you are uot in the list this month save your coupgus,  yon  may be next month, You may find your number among the   win-  ners at any time. Remember the coupons are placed iu  the sacks  as they leave the mill, aud youare just a* liable to win neNt month  or. oue of Ibis month's coupons as not. In the meantime gathcrall  tlm coupons you 01111.   Ten must Mn euh modili.   Why no'you?  I'crHiBio'icu wil win its reward.    Tho woman who huya  Royal SUntl  ani Flour in iifing the h st lirt-ad flour that fkiil can | roduce ������r nioin-j  will buy, and at tho same time she hu* the ptcspoct of seuurii g a baud  some prize each month.  Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER,   H. C.  I Going Out of Business  On ucoouiit of ill health I find it impo������cible to carry on  my hiisincfn any longer, nnd the whole of my *p!i*(idid  Hock will hodisfior'd of at pileei quitu rcgnrdle*^ of cwt.  My who'e n������ock of WATOffKS, CLOCKH, JKWKLKY,  I'l.ATKI) WAItK, snd gTKKLlXU SlLVKR-hut Gla^,  Leather Goods, Hooks and St'itionnrv, Hhow Ca������o������, Cuin-  lor ami Hnfo, all for nule cheap -FOR BALK HHKAI'.  C<y _ r*~ ~^~~ "?8)  There was originally 53 pieces of fruit land in this subdivision. The water frout has all been sold except four  parcels, It wasjsold for double the price you will be  ���������sold-for-doubie-tlie-pHee-yon^\Hll43e-asked-^o-���������pa}--���������fertile rear lots, and there are five roads leading down to  the beach; every lot faces on a 66 foot road, the front  ��������� was sold almost entirely to business and professional  men, their object in buying there was to have a place  within easy distance of the city where they could send  their families for tlie summer months.  BUSINESS MEN*  it'-- ��������� ��������� , ���������    ���������*������������������-.    r  seldom make a mistake on a proposition oi tliiskind; iu  BAY VIEW that fact is clear, splendid beach, first  class soil, easy to.clear; and three boats daily, one passing the place and tt,vQ. calling at Gibbon's Landing-  only a short distance away with a good road to it���������these  back lots are from 13 to 24 chains from the beach, and  the soil will grow anything that can he grown on  this coast. There are only 30 pieces left, they will  ouly last a few days, so you will have,to act quick  We will be in Cumberland in two weeks. We are  uot ofTering these for sale in any other place.  E. W. Barrett & Co,  Now Tbli IS a Genuine Sale.  (Ii.< !���������������/!.. ,������  tu.,   im t/C    uO   \\ tdi',1 ���������   ,  iit'Hiiay, Aiurdi 10th at l.dl) p. m.  McLEAN  ���������*������m.i>������������ n im������m  K.AIDA   Merchant  TAILOR  LADIK8' TAII.OU.AIAUK COSTUMES A 8PKCIALTV  SUITS CTIADB TO   ORDER AND  IH ANY STYIaB YOU CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  C U M ������ R R I. A N 1>,  H. C.  mmQ<^<&mG���������������Qmmm m^e-'^ms^i<mnm(imam^  Comox potHtoe-i choieo jjiifcliiy  \     tu.,'. -ft       t   ,   ��������� . I i   ,,t)        (Mill,I'll ,,���������  from hwt account !������hc w.uimj������rcv'quality niiiablu for mhi!  2^c nt  injj, J. Alfphef & Sons.  IM......M.I  I cnMBERURD TAILOR  T, TAtJAKA. FROPRIETOR  r  .    MAROCCHI BROS  S     GROCERS   &   BAKERS     I  1/uli V ami ������������fii<i*nn*n,������ Sn������������*  Slnde to \tn\vt  horn Ziu b* I35    All Wotk Ftr*t Clasa  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union HrewiitR Company'������ DKKR ������������<1  PORTER.      V. h-ksalf Inters in ������U Kinds of  Wine* and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  r(S  OPENING SALE  Commencing Saturday, March 13th, 1909, ami for (he next 15  day* wc are fifftriip uncial value* in Floor (!i������vcHnjp, OIL-  Pl.OTHHard MNOflSl'MP, COTCHK8, *������IDK������0.aRI)8. HKD  ROOM SUITES. TOILKT tsKTfl, FAKCY UPHCL8TKUKD  I'AULOU CUA1RS. UOCKBRS, COMFORTERS, HLANKFTS,  PJJXOW8, PILLOW GOVKB8, 8HK.KTH, UM SPRJNtM and  Al ATTI1KMR8. 09T KHweH |������U*<������ ar< tot CA8H ������XLY. For  fuller particulars net hacdbiPa <m Haturdny mornbg.  The Rif-ht Price  Furniture Store,  I     >������������������ ������ twiwt'frrTriTf it JJJ  A. McKinnon  **mmmmm%m������mwmm*m*mvmmmmmm*m9m*m*mm*smmn **m

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